Sodalite Adorable Adornment Handcrafted Collar Charm for Dogs, Cats & all Pets


I love these little charms. They are the perfect size for a puppy, a kitten or any small breed pet. They also look nice worn as multiple charms (Marley style) on large or small breed companion pets.

This Adorable Adornment charm features a genuine  denim blue & white Sodalite gemstone resting beneath a beautiful, ivory, freshwater pearl. A sterling silver star dances from above and a sterling flower completes the bottom. The center pin and large lobster clasp are solid stainless steel for lasting durability and shine for your dog, can or any pet. (Learn more below)


Stone Lore and Legend of Sodalite: Sodalite was discovered in Canada in 1891 during a visit of the Royal Family, which earned it the nickname “Princess Blue”.

Throughout history it was believed that sodalite improved creativity by clearing the mind, which led to a high use among writers and painters.  Sodalite is used to soothe anxiety and calm panic attacks, bringing calmness to the mind. It is also known to enhance self-esteem and self-trust.

*Modern Gemstone Therapy/Crystal Healing:  May soothe anxiety and calm panic attacks.

I know a lot of pet’s that suffer from separation anxiety that really benefit from this charm.

Sodalite is also used for treating throat and digestive disorders. It helps stimulate the body to absorb excess fluids and boosts the immune system.

Sodalite is the stone for the Throat Chakra.

Sterling Silver Therapy:  Silver can absorb, enhance and amplify the power of your gemstone. Silver can also help balance the chemicals in the body and improve the transmission of nerve impulses. Silver is used as a natural antibiotic.

This handcrafted collar charm can be used as an aid in crystal healing for dogs, crystal healing for cats, crystal healing for pets…crystal healing for all animals.

Gemstone therapy and crystal healing are not the same as curing. Healing is a natural method used to help the body and mind to become stronger and better. It is not meant as a substitute for a medical diagnosis and treatment from your veterinarian or physician. Gemstone therapy cannot replace medication. We are only offering information, not medical advice.